Ulaanbaatar Railway Station
Ulaanbaatar Railway Station is located in the southwest of Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Built in 1949 by the Soviets, this station is now the biggest station and the most important transportation hub in Mongolia.
There are domestic trains linking Ulaanbaatar station with other cities in Mongolia. The world-renowned Trans-Siberian Railway, which connects Russia, Mongolia and China, also passes through Ulaanbaatar Station.
- Mongolian characters: Улаанбаатар өртөө
- Chinese: 乌兰巴托火车站
- Address: Narnii Road, Ulaanbaatar
- Location: In the southwest of Ulaanbaatar City
- Station size: 3 platforms and 6 tracks
What’s Inside the Station?
- Ticket office: The first floor of the ticket office sells domestic train tickets; the international ticket office is on the second floor. It is helpful if you have translation software or take a few notes in English and Mongolian, because no English is spoken there.
- Waiting lounge: The waiting lounge is conveniently equipped with ATM machines, restaurants and stores. Toilets in the waiting lounge are free of charge.
- Consignment service is available, just beside the ticket office.
- There is also an Information center at the station.
How to Get to the Station
You will find only few cars with taxi signs in the city. But many of the private cars are operating as taxis. Just wave to the driver and the car will stop. But be careful not to be overcharged by the driver.
City center to Ulaanbaatar Station: take bus No. 7, T4
Dragon Bus Terminal to Ulaanbaatar Station: take bus No. 15, 6, 42
Airport to Ulaanbaatar Station: take bus No. 7
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